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Tue, Aug 06


Fishers Police Department

Criminal Investigative Interviewing (NON-CILETC)

WZ’s team of Certified Forensic Interviewers (CFI©) teach a series of non-confrontational methods to integrate strategic preparation, behavior interpretation, and structured questions which allows an interviewer to successfully adapt to any type of investigation.

Criminal Investigative Interviewing (NON-CILETC)
Criminal Investigative Interviewing (NON-CILETC)

Time & Location

Aug 06, 2024, 8:00 AM – Aug 08, 2024, 4:30 PM

Fishers Police Department, 4 Municipal Dr, Fishers, IN 46038, USA

About the Training


Obtain training in the latest, most effective interview and interrogation techniques, including the WZ Non-Confrontational Method. Learn to assess verbal and non-verbal behavior, become more effective on the focus of an investigation, and obtain reliable information. Gather a variety of nonconfrontational interview and interrogation techniques to overcome the

resistance of victims, witnesses, informants, and criminal offenders.

The 3-day WZ Seminar on Criminal Investigative Interviewing Techniques is

designed to teach and reinforce the sound fundamentals of the interview and

interrogation process for the professional investigator. This training course offers

a broad range of cutting-edge methods and proprietary tools to conduct more

effective interviews and interrogations, resulting in identifying the truth more

efficiently and with less resistance.

Using actual investigations this course offers a diverse collection of case studies

to provide strategic tactics to establish guilt and prosecute the offenders.


• Rapport

• False Confessions

• Interpreting Behavior

• Elements of an Investigative Interview

• Environment

• Cognitive Interview

• Participatory Method

• WZ Non-Confrontational Method

• Showing Empathy and Rationalizations

• Understanding Resistance

• Developing the Admission

• Obtain the Statement


This course applies specifically to agencies whose personnel may be called upon

to interview or interrogate suspects, victims, informants or witnesses of criminal

activity. Investigators and associated law enforcement professionals conducting

these inquiries will learn to apply interview and interrogation techniques that to

uncover the truth and bring these cases to a successful conclusion.


• Using most appropriate method for each case and subject

• Obtaining the truth more quickly and accurately

• Substantiating and closing more successful investigations

• Ensuring statements will be admissible at trial

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